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This website is now nothing to do with the organisation known as the RAF Police Association but it will continue to offer a continued facility/focal point for former and serving members of the RAFP, members of the RAFP Association and those Branches, members and organisations who wish to continue to avail themselves of this facility.

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Last update: 24 February 2017 

Obituaries Deaths and Funerals (16 February 2017)

Carterton and the JR Hospital (23 February 17)

RAF Police Roll of Honour (updated 23 Oct 16)

Global History of the RAF Police

Reference Links

a page containing those older links I have tidied up (11 Jan 17)




Archives

A full and comprehensive list of all the RAFP archives including Provost Parade has been completed by John Curtis and has been handed over to Ron Inwood and placed on this web site.

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Heard on the radio: "The UK produces the best Snowdrops. They are hardy, pleasing to the eye, have character, need handling with care and are hand-picked. They are in a class of their own and have associations, clubs and festivals nationwide.' So there we have it - it's official!



Sick Parade
updated 23/2/17

Date

Event
28 Feb 17 Funeral of Doug Pocock
8 Mar 17  Snowdrop Parade
25 Mar 17 RAF Police Reunion for Honington Scuffers
25 Mar - 2 Apr 17 A trip on the Royal Scot
29 Mar 17North Yorkshire Branch monthly lunch
31 Mar/1 Apr 17 RAFP Association AGM
9 Apr 17East Midlands Branch Lunch
4-5 Jun 17 Misters Golf Championship
9 to 13 Oct 17 World Police Indoor Soccer Tournament
2 - 4 Nov 17 Skegness Reunion

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Classified Ads Noticeboard  (24 Feb 17) - For Sale

For these doggy things 24 Feb 17)

Photos from now(23 Feb 17)

Photos of RAF Police Flights etc (20 Feb 17)

Links to related sites (15 Feb 17)

Where are they now? (3 Feb 17)

News of Interest(30/1/17)

RAFP in the news (28 Jan 17)

RAFP Association News (24 Jan 17)

The other half to "where are they now? - 

this is "Here They Are" (16 Jan 17)

Remembrance 2016  (28 Nov 16)

Help!!!!! - just as it seems (13 Oct 16)

The NMA Page (29 June 16) 

Jobs for our "Special" talents (23 Feb 16)

Related Books and Publications (3 Jan 16)

Remembrance Day Parades (23 Nov 15)

Alan Rusling Memorial Award

It has been suggested by Dave Hilton SDB that a commemorative 'first day cover', be designed, produced and printed by members of the RAFPA to celebrate the centenary of the RAF Police. It would be on a C5 envelope with appropriate artwork, Post Office 'franking' and relevant information with possibly an insert containing a potted history of the RAFP. If you are interested in obtaining one of these inexpensive and unique mementoes please let Dave know of your interest or the Editor of The Griff, Mitch O'Neill. The sum of £5 is an approx estimate for the complete envelope. If you could let Dave or Mitch know as soon as possible to see what interest there is in obtaining this item, it would be appreciated. Mitch O'Neill

 RAF Newton from the air

Royal Air Force Military Policemen, 1960's 

Promotional recruitment film for the Royal Air Force police, 1970's 


                                             

The secrets of Fylingdales in the heat of the cold war

These pictures are from a rare Press visit inside Fylingdales warning station on the North York Moors in 1964.

It was only in 1963 that it was named one of three radar sites in the Ballistic Missile Early Warning System.

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